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The Snapper nxt22875e (22") 190cc electric start self-propelled lawn mower has been discontinued and is not available for purchase at this time.

 

Snapper NXT22875E (22") 190cc Electric Start Self-Propelled Lawn Mower

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Grade
Mid Grade Lawn Mowers
Style
Self-Propelled Lawn Mowers
Surface Area
Medium Home
Medium
Terrain
Hilly Terrain
Hilly
Width
22

Cutting Inches
Engine
Briggs and Stratton Engine


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190cc Briggs & Stratton® 875 Pro Series™ ReadyStart™ Engine
No need to choke or prime the engine – just start and go
Overhead valve design for better fuel economy & less vibration

Exclusive One Touch Electric Starting System
Simple push button start gets you mowing faster
Rechargeable battery inside the console keeps mower ready for use

Fresh Start™ System - Keeps Fuel Fresh For Up To 6 Months
Replaceable, slow release fuel stabilizer, snaps inside fuel cap

Rear Wheel REACT™ Self-Propelled Drive System
Senses your pace & automatically adjusts the speed
Variable forward drive speeds up to 4.2 mph

22-Inch, 3-In-1 Steel Mower Deck
Rear bag, mulch or side discharge grass clippings

Double Wave™ Cutting System
Notched Double Wave blade cuts & re-cuts grass clippings
Angled deck for improved airflow and a more cinsistent cut

Single Point Height-Of-Cut Adjustment
Raise or lower deck to any of 9 cutting positions with one lever

Industry's First Integrated Electronic Maintenance Minder
Helps keep your engine in peak operating condition


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Engine
Engine Brand
Briggs & Stratton
Starting System
12-Volt Button Start w/ Recoil
Engine Cycle
4-Cycle
CC
190 CCs
Fuel Tank Size
0.3 Gallons
Engine Cylinders
1 Cylinder
Oil Filter
No
Torque
8.75 Lbs
Consumer Engine Warranty
2 Years
Motor
Battery Included
Included
Deck
Cutting Options
3-in-1 (Side-Discharge/Bag/Mulch)
Material
14-Gauge
Construction
Stamped
Blades
1 Blade
Deck Positions
9 Positions
Cutting Height
1.25-4.0 Inches
Drive
Speeds
Variable
Maximum Speed
4.2 MPH
Drive Wheels
Rear Wheels
Accessories
Rear Bagger
Included
Engine Guard
No
Hour Meter
Included
Arm Rests
No
Mulcher Kit
Included
Headlights
No
Wheels
Front Tire Size
8 Inch
Front Axle
Fixed
Rear Tire Size
9 Inch
Tire Type
Plastic Wheels
Overview
Made in USA
Yes
Weight
100 Pounds
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
Model
7800580
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  2 Questions
Q: Does this mower have a blade brake? If I walk away from the mower does it kill the engine?
by Jack from Texas on April 17, 2011

A: Thanks for your inquiry. This mower is not equipped with any type of blade brake.
The engine will not shut off if you walk away from the mower.
by Jose, Product Expert

Q: Does this mower require an oil mixture with the fuel ? If so what type of oil is reqired ?
by IAN MACPHERSON from Alabama on April 14, 2011

A: Thanks for your inquiry. This mower has a 4 cycle engine therefore it will run on gasoline only. There is no need to mix oil in. There is a seperate resevoir for oil.
by Jose, Product Expert

Snapper 7800580 Reviews & Ratings
Overall Rating
Features
2/5
Quality
2/5
Performance
2/5
Value
2/5
Overall
2.5 out of 52.5 out of 52.5 out of 52.5 out of 52.5 out of 5
Pros
None to display.
Cons
Difficult To Use (1)
Low Quality (1)
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Kaye
La Valle, WI
REVIEWED
MAY.
31
2011
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Bad Choice
What a disappointment in this overpriced mower. First, the self-propeller is hard to use and very stiff. I cannot use it anymore because of the pain it causes in my wrists. Also, the starter button has stuck, preventing the starter from disengaging till the battery goes dead, then the button popped off and fell to the ground! The casing around the drive control handle has come loose more than once causing the mower to completely stop running. The mower has been used five times and has... more
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Sam
Decatur, IL
REVIEWED
MAY.
28
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Nxt22875e Snapper Mower
Very, very disappointed in the mower. First the positive. The electric start is great. However the self propelled feature is terrible. The controls are very stiff and awkward to use compared to my old Lawnboy. But the worst problem is the function of the self-propelling transmission. When trying to pull the mower backwards as I must do very often in my yard, the drive wheels either completely lock up or roll with a great deal of difficulty. I have gotten several stories from Snapper... more
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Mark K.
Wichita, KS
REVIEWED
MAR.
10
2014
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Don't Buy
Slow, almost need too push this mower. The walk adjustment makes you almost need to push. There is no engine speed control, bogs down in taller grass. Not my fathers Snapper, a waste of money. The charger is broke now.
Cons: Low Quality, Difficult To Use
Mark Does Not Recommend This Mower
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Lisa
Newton, IA
REVIEWED
JUL.
12
2012
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Glad We Bought This!!
New to the lawn mowing scene. I wanted something easy. This mower is easy to start and you don't have to pull start. The cut is really great. I had some trouble getting used to the self-propelled system - that's why I didn't give it 5 stars.
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10
Pat D.
Summit, NJ
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 4/14/12
REVIEWED
JUL.
10
2012
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Really, Really Bad Experience With Snapper Mower.
Have had nothing but problems from day one! Charger did not work the first time I tried to charge and use it. Had to contact Snapper for them to send me a new one. Next time went to use it the snap pin on the flywheel broke. Had to bring it to local repair for authorized Snapper dealer. Third time out stalled and would not start even after trying to recharge. Brought back for repair. Was returned, worked for 2 times then would not start again. Contacted Mowers Direct, who told me it was a... more
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Ken D.
Springfield, MO
REVIEWED
JUN.
19
2012
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Not So Bad
I've used this only twice to trim my country home of 3/4 acre after using my rider. I don't have any problem with pulling it backwards which you have to do often. The go feature is better used on longer runs then on triming around bushes & trees. Everytime you need to go forward you have to give it a push to get it moving which can tire you out. That feature doesn't work too well either if you have to guide it walking to the side of it. Like it only goes if you put pressure on the... more
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Michael
Madison, MS
REVIEWED
AUG.
06
2011
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Very Good
Just takes time to learn the easy ways to use. All mowers are different. Snappers are great. I'm 62 and this is my 3rd snapper and I still own the one before this new one. It's 15 years old and I still use it at the farm to trim. Hope this one does as well. It want cut by itself, but for around $500 it's a good buy. Lasts forever if serviced.
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Dan
Clarendon Hills, IL
REVIEWED
JUN.
13
2011
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Best Ever!
I cannot believe the other reviews. This is by far the best mower I've ever owned. I'm 64 and have owned many. The BS 8.75 engine never slows down. The self-propelled feature is perfect. Stops when I stop and goes when I go. Pulling back is a breeze.

The quality of construction and design is outstanding. Why would anyone buy a Chinese thing like a Honda when we have this. They sell all day for $499 delivered. What a deal.

Perhaps the self propelled feature needs adjustment,... more
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Goldie
Livingston, MT
REVIEWED
JUN.
05
2011
3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
Dis-appointed!!
Granted, the electric start function and the craftsmanship of this lawn mower is superior to most. However, it should be for what I paid for it. But it is very hard for a mature person to handle. The self-propelled feature is almost impossible to use and having to back the mower up, which is usually necessary on most lawns, is very difficult. I am afraid that I would not purchase this lawn mower if I had it to do over again.

I am definitely getting a work-out when I mow my lawn, as I... more
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Hazel
Auburn, PA
REVIEWED
MAY.
25
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Hard To Handle
The controls on this mower are too stiff - the self propelled bar across the top is much too hard for me to control.
It does not push easily. I had a Snapper mower for many years and liked it very much - that was my reason for purchasing a new one this year. I am very disappointed with this mower. I could have purchased a mower from the store at a much lesser price - and I am sorry I didn't.
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Hugo
Omaha, NE
REVIEWED
MAY.
31
2011
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Bad Purchase
Wish I would have read the 2 reviews ahead of mine. I would not have purchased this mower. One thing for sure, you do get snapped if you buy one. My troubles are the same as those above may be even worse. Don't buy one you will be sorry.!
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